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What does an ultrasound at 5 weeks of pregnancy show? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 10-Sep-2014
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User:hi ..... would you be a Ob Gyn ?
Doctor:Am not OBG&GYN specialist, you can ask queries, i can answer
User:would you be able to answer my gynaecological queries
Doctor:I can answer
User:at around 5.5 weeks pregnancy .... if we take an ultrasound ...... what would be visible?
Doctor:At 5.5 weeks,scan shows fetal pole
Doctor:heart beat of fetus
Doctor:can measure length of fetus
User:this would bethe normalpelvis ultrasound?
Doctor:Are you there?
User:how much bleeding at 5.5 weeks pregnancy can be considered acceptable ?
Doctor:spotting or mild bleeding
User:I am not sure of the difference
User:it is red
User:not brown
Doctor:is it spotting or continuous bleeding?
User:spotting ...
Doctor:then need not woory
User:just a minute
Doctor:it is common in early pregancy
User:conitnuous bleeding means like a period?
User:it is light but intemittent
Doctor:then it is normal
Doctor:avoid physical stress
Doctor:avoid intercourse
Doctor:take complete bed rest
User:complete bed rest until full pregnanacy?
Doctor:no until bleeding stops
Doctor:if bleeding persist , you better visit a Gynecologist.
Doctor:again am telling you avoid physical stress
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:i am taking Duvadilan 10mg twice a day
User:is that fine?
Doctor:continue same medication
User:i wanted to ask mydoc after I started bleeding if i need to increase ...but couldn't ask
User:meaning if i need to increase dosage ... maybe thrice a day of duvadilan?
Doctor:i think need not increase,better you confirm with your doctor
Doctor:take bed rest for 2 days
User:okay ...thanks .....
User:that's all I have
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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